KFD Jailbreak Exploit is one out of two of the most recently released kernel exploits by the developer felix-pb. As per the developer's latest update, KFD - Kernel File Descriptor - exploit supports iOS 15 through iOS 16.5 without jailbreak.
However, iOS 16.6 Beta 1 has been tested and its support has been confirmed along with its signing ability. Now you can install KFD Exploit's IPA for FREE from the T9 IPA Store below!
This article walks you through,
- KFD-supported iOS/ Devices
- How does KFD Jailbreak Exploit work for Jailbreak?
- Download KFD IPA Free for Sideloading
- Top KFD Jailbreak Exploit Features
KFD-supported iOS/ Devices
- iOS 16, iOS 16.0.1, iOS 16.0.2, iOS 16.0.3, iOS 16.1, iOS 16.1.1, iOS 16.1.2, iOS 16.2, iOS 16.3, iOS 16.3.1, iOS 16.4, iOS 16.4.1, iOS 16.5, iOS 16.6 Beta 1
- iOS 15, iOS 15.0.1, iOS 15.0.2, iOS 15.1, iOS 15.1.1, iOS 15.2, iOS 15.2.1, iOS 15.3, iOS 15.3.1, iOS 15.4, iOS 15.4.1, iOS 15.5, iOS 15.6, iOS 15.6.1, iOS 15.7, iOS 15.7.1, iOS 15.7.2, iOS 15.7.3, iOS 15.7.4, iOS 15.7.5, iOS 15.7.6, iOS 15.7.7, iOS 15.7.8
One of the key benefits of the KFD jailbreak exploit is that it supports A12+ devices too.
How does KFD Exploit work for Jailbreak?
KFD is a project that allows you to read and write to kernel memory on Apple devices. This is done by exploiting two vulnerabilities that can be used to obtain dangling PTEs (Page Table Entries). Dangling PTEs are entries in the page table that point to invalid memory addresses. By exploiting these vulnerabilities, KFD can gain access to kernel memory and modify it as desired.
KFD is the first Read/Write kernel exploit to be publicly released for iOS 16, and it is incredibly powerful. It could be used to create a jailbreak that supports iOS 15.5 all the way up to iOS 16.6 Beta 1 on all modern devices, including the iPhone 14 Pro.
Of course, there are still some challenges that need to be overcome before a jailbreak can be released. For example, a PPL bypass is still needed for A12+ devices. However, the KFD exploit is a major step forward, and it is likely that a jailbreak will be released for iOS 16 in the near future.
According to the latest sources, the KFD exploit's jailbreak progress is at about 41% yet, however, it's making progress. Hence, it's worthwhile to keep hopes up for a fully-functional jailbreak in the near future.
Keep us bookmarked as we'll get in touch with you as soon as the jailbreak tool is released!
Download KFD IPA Free for Sideloading
Now you can download the IPAs of all the newly released apps that use the KFD exploit from the Taig9 IPA Store for free. Use the step guide below.
Step 1: Install the Taig9 IPA Store for free if not installed using the button below.Install T9 IPA Store Now →
Step 2: Open the IPA store and go to the Recently Updated section as denoted below.
Step 3: There, tap Get next to any desired app with KFD exploit as depicted below and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the sideloading process. Enjoy!
Check out all the free apps that you can install on your device without jailbreak on our Apps without Jailbreak Page!
Top KFD Exploit Features
1. Chicken ButtKFD
Chicken ButtKFD enables you to personalize your iPhone's appearance as well as functionality in terms of the following key features.
- Springboard Customization
- Import locks and customize the frames
- Set desired themes for locks
- Customize fonts for enhanced typography
- Customize the style of the Settings app
Pois0n KFD is also one of the newly introduced KFD exploit that enhances the performance of your device by letting you uncover any hidden features of your iPhone. The key features of the Pois0n KFD include,
- Dock hiding
- Home Bar hiding
- Enable iPhone 14 Pro Resolution
- Enable custom fonts
- Control center customization with custom icons
- Lock screen customization with Custom icons
3. Misaka KFD
Misaka tweak manager originally used the MacDirtyCow exploit. However, with Misaka 2.0 release, its support with the KFD exploit has also been confirmed by the team. Misaka KFD enables you to use tweaks on non-jailbroken devices.
4. KFD FontOverwrite
Similar to Cowabunga’s Font Overwrite feature, the KFD exploit’s version works under the term KFD Fontoverwrite enabling you to customize default font arrangement of your device.
5. KFD-Kanna Font
KFD Kanna Font Destroy IPA uses the KFD exploit to change the font style of your clock. There are multiple font families and font colors that you can use from to do your clock's font customization.
6. ResSet16 KFD
ResSet16 KFD uses the KFD exploit to let you customize the resolution of your iPhone. However, upon changing resolution dramatically, you may witness certain abnormalities as shown below. Hence, it's important to make a sensible upgrade to your resolution.